It's definitely not unreasonable. It's frustrating. Especially knowing why they do this. The reason why the fabric on women's clothing is practically dryer lint is because the people who come up with the clothing designs in the first place do everything they can to make it as cheap as possible to mass produce-saving the company who buys their design lots of money on materials. Once made and in the store, it encourages the buyer to purchase a tanktop to wear underneath it-that's in style!
That's what the designers had in mind when they thought of it. And since it is likely that the buyer will want a tank top for underneath it, it is more likely that they will buy it at the same store they're buying the original shirt. Not only that, but if it's a popular brand, they can charge at least more than double of what they paid to make it, but since sheer fabric is 'in', people won't think twice.
Women's clothing is generally made to be 'pretty', while men's clothing is meant to last. Next time you're in a clothing store, notice the quality of the jeans in each gender's department. The women's clothing will be thinner, or more delicate feeling while men's pants and shirts will be far more sturdy feeling. The same goes with underwear. For what you get, women spend more on underwear than men in general.
Sorry about the rant, but it is very frustrating.
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